Osoyoos House: 0050.0889

Microfilm Reel B-1317

Colonial Correspondence – File 331 – November-December 1863

 

Form C

No. 135                                                           Colonial Secretary’s Office

                                                                        10 Dec. 1863

Memorandum for information and guidance of  M. Brew

Subject:

Repair of the House lately occupied by Col. Moody

 

Particulars:

The Governor decrees that this building should be at once put in a state of repair, and authorizes the expenditure of one hundred pounds for this purpose.

            The rooms are to be papered and the ceilings plastered, throughout and the necessary cleaning and repairs about the house to be undertaken.

            Mr. Brew is requested to inspect the building and at once enter on the repairs, reporting what [needs?] be done in the matter.

 

                                                                        By Order of the Governor

                                                                                    William Young

                                                                                                Colonial Secretary

0050.0889: Osoyoos House

Microfilm Reel B-1317 correspondence from Colonial Secretary authorizing renovations on Osoyoos House.

Medium:  Manuscript - Text
Date:  December 10, 1863
Publisher:  Colonial Correspondence
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)

Keywords:

memorandum governor expenditure papered plastered repairs

Subjects:

People arrow Brewarrow
People arrow Moodyarrow
People arrow Youngarrow
Government arrow Officials arrow Colonial Secretaryarrow

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